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 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Across the Olympics (and Back), 4: The Skyline Divide

Posted: November 21st, 2017, 1:18 pm 

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... a couple years ago. Camped two nights at Three Prune and spent a day hike up around Kimta Peak and back. But looks like I gotta visit Martin Park based on your report from there, might go up North Fork Q though.

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Across the Olympics (and Back), 4: The Skyline Divide

Posted: November 20th, 2017, 10:43 pm 

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... Opening picture: the Skyline Divide from near Lake Beauty This is the fourth of five trip reports I’ll be writing about my long-ish hike across Olympic National Park and back this past ... the old ranger station and the headwaters of the North Fork Quinault. For the first time on this trip, ...

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Eugene Ridgeline explorations Oct.-Nov. 2017

Posted: November 18th, 2017, 3:42 pm 

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... this small series of hills. Upland prairie, dry incense cedar-Douglas-fir forests, pine-oak woodlands & savanna, rocky outcrops, and lush North-facing & riparian forests can all be found. Spencer's Butte is clearly the most known and popular, with obvious human impacts on the rare, ...

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Across the Olympics (and Back), 3: All the Way Up the Elwha

Posted: November 16th, 2017, 10:05 pm 

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... rainforest. Your images brought tears to my eyes, because to this day, I consider Oly Park the best hiking I’ve come across in the lower 48. The North Cascades are a close second. I remember seeing several cougars, bobcats, and the introduced goats. I remember camping in Dosewallips camp (below ...

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Across the Olympics (and Back), 3: All the Way Up the Elwha

Posted: November 16th, 2017, 4:18 pm 

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... trip reports I’ll be writing about my long-ish hike across Olympic National Park and back this ... of the trip and the first report, from Lake Cushman through the Skokomish and Dosewallips, ... to follow the river through the neighborhoods north of the Park, then whatever it takes to get ...

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Table Mountain, north ridge, deep fresh snow

Posted: November 13th, 2017, 7:25 pm 

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... amount of ground covered, especially given the conditions, on such a short day! Agreed. A couple years ago I failed on an "easy" 17 mile hike in Nov due to snow and a stream crossing. On the subject of other parties, pretty sure I heard voices around the saddle on Table's N ridge where ...

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Table Mountain, north ridge, deep fresh snow

Posted: November 13th, 2017, 10:54 am 

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Ah, the illusion of solitude. It was so easy for me to assume I was the only one up there. Glad I at least had virgin snow. It would have been so disappointing to arrive later to find footprints. Although, from looking at your other pics, it looks like we both would have been better off starting th...

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Table Mountain, north ridge, deep fresh snow

Posted: November 13th, 2017, 9:46 am 

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... those tracks I saw were about. Crazy person # 4 here. I went up to Greenleaf via the PCT. Chose not to go over Table since I have gone over the North Ridge before and figured it might be an interesting down climb, if I went up Heartbreak Ridge and over Table, then down the North Ridge. Where ...

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Table Mountain, north ridge, deep fresh snow

Posted: November 12th, 2017, 9:48 pm 

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 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Table Mountain, north ridge, deep fresh snow

Posted: November 12th, 2017, 5:49 pm 

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Don, thanks for that info. I assumed my difficulty on the "trail" was seasonal (recent storm damage) but it sounds like it's never all that great. On my image below, note the road the leaves the saddle junction and follows the west side of the ridge. From your post, I gather that's a dead...
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